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Your First Interview An essential tool for anyone needing the fundamental, step by step, first time guidance it offers from mothers reentering the job market to professionals making a job change after many years at the same company This edition is full of practical advice to guide job hunters through the intimidating process of landing and conducting job winning interviews, from what to wear and how to handle difficult questions to making the most of salary discussions The purpose of Your First Interview is to ease anxiety at a time that s usually characterized by sweaty palms and pounding hearts Whether unemployment is at a record high or record low and the country s at war or at peace these factors have little to do with the task at hand the fact that the reader is facing their very first job interview and they need to get ready

About the Author: Ron Fry

Ron Fry is a nationally known proponent for the improvement of public education and an advocate for parents and students, playing an active role in strengthening personal education programs In addition to being the author of the best selling How to Study series, which has soldthan 3,000,000 copies to date, Fry has writtenthan 30 other books in the areas of education and careers He is the founder and president of Career Press, an internationally known independent publisher of trade nonfiction books.

10 thoughts on “Your First Interview

  1. says:

    This book offers so many great insight on how to be prepared before, during and following up after an interview I honestly which that I d read this book before I did my first interview years ago I am so amazed at all the mistakes that I ve been making over the years, and even as of lately back in my last interview in January 2018 My number one mistake is not being prepared for an in

  2. says:

    This book is great for graduates out for their first interviews or job seekers reviewing basics to prepare oneself for an interview Tells you how to do things if you re lost in situations you ve been or might get into so it s always good to keep in check.

  3. says:

    I read this to review and possibly recommend to my sons and I do so recommend it Good examples, not field specific for some reason, a lot of these cater to sales type positions , and common sense answers, plus what not to say A good overview and refresher.

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